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Though we don’t have many details, Fox has picked up Miami-based dramedy Rosewood, which centers on pathologist for hire Beaumont Rosewood (Morris Chestnut) as he’s forced to team up with a spunky detective (Jaina Lee Ortiz) to solve murders using his state-of-the-art laboratory. Clancy plays Dr. Grayson, whom we know nothing about just yet. From the trailer, however, it looks like he’s back in the mentor saddle again. Rosewood is slated to air alongside Empire on Wednesday’s this fall. Check out the official trailer and more over at Fox’s Official Site. More info as it comes!Read More
In 2014, Courteney Cox’s directorial debut Just Before I Go made waves at the TrBeCa Film Festival and now it’s been made available through VOD outlets everywhere. Starring Seann William Scott, Olivia Thirlby, Kyle Gallner, Rob Riggle, David Arquette and many more, Just Before I Go is a heartfelt comedy about Ted Morgan, a man who travels to his home town to make amends as he contemplates suicide. Clancy makes a sweet appearance as Ted’s father, who passed away when he was still a young boy. Equal parts tender and hilarious, this little gem is a testament to all the forms in which we find love and the people who help us define it.Read More
After a brief appearance in the tag of last week’s episode of The Flash (“The Nuclear Man”), make no mistake that General Eiling is reentering the mythology of the show in a major way. Next week, he’s on the hunt to acquire Firestorm (the nuclear-fused characters of Ronnie Raymond and Dr. Martin Stein) and today we were treated to a teaser that made clear The General will be instrumental in the first live-action appearance of Gorilla Grodd in film or television. Hit the jump below for a featurette featuring The Flash producer Andrew Kreisberg discussing CB’s involvement in next week’s ep “Firestorm” as well as the Entertainment Weekly sneak peek at the Grodd arc to come! To quote EW:
“As comic book fans know, Grodd is a hyper-intelligent telepathic gorilla whose eventual appearance was teased back in the show’s pilot, which included a shot of a his damaged and empty cage at S.T.A.R. Labs. Grodd, who was also revealed to be one of General Eiling’s (Clancy Brown) former test subjects, recently took down two maintenance workers in a sewer that had scribblings of his own name all over the walls.”
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After literally YEARS of anticipation, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water hits theatres this weekend! Fans are already raving about its return to the absurdist, bizarro humor of old school SBSP and critics – like those at RogerEbert.com, New York Magazine, and Variety – are lauding the film’s energy and exquisite use of a wide array of animation styles. The world premiere was held on Jan 31st in New York City and Clancy and his fellow Bikini Bottomites braved the frigid East Coast tundra celebrate! Read on for more pictures from the event, interviews and lots more Sponge Out of Water press.Read More
Thanks to the wonder of live-streaming, now those of us who missed out on BlizzCon can watch the entire Warcraft movie panel. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, the panel featured director Duncan Jones, visual effects supervisor Bill Westenhofer, Vice President of Blizzard Chris Metzen and actor Rob Kazinsky. all of whom had lots to say on the matter! Short on time? You can catch the cast/character announcements at the 18:30 mark. Warcraft may be in the distant 2016 future, but We’re looking forward to lots of goodies along the way. Enjoy!
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Last Thursday, Clancy took the stage to honor the best and the brightest of aspiring screenwriters at the Nicholls Fellowship Awards. Jack O’Connell, Tessa Thompson and Ansel Elgort rounded out the quartet which performed live readings of selections from the winning scripts at the Samuel Goldwyn theatre in Hollywood. You can read more about the celebratory evening at USA Today, Variety and Entertainment Weekly, and hit the jump for more pictures and video of a selection from The United States of F*ckin Awesome, featuring CB as a debaucherous Benjamin Franklin!Read More
On Thursday, Nov. 13th Clancy will be participating in a live reading of selections from the winning scripts of the 2014 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards. CB will be joined by fellow actors Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars) , Jack O’Connell (300: Rise of an Empire) and Tessa Thompson (BBC’s Copper) to perform selected scenes from the four winning scripts at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. For the second consecutive year, the event will be directed by Carnivale alum Rodrigo Garcia. The event is free, but tickets are required and going fast. If you’re going to be in the L.A. area this is one you don’t want to miss. For more info on the winning scripts and screenwriters and to get tix, head over to Oscars.org.
In just about an hour, Clancy will be introduced to the Flashverse as General Wade Eiling, an imposing recurring character who not only has the might of the US Military behind him, but who also has secret ties to Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh). Today CB made the interview rounds to discuss his take on this DC heavy and his inaugural appearance in the live action arena! Hit the jump for a sneak peek and links to his chats with The Hollywood Reporter, Collider, and Access Hollywood!Read More